I have already checked out the thread on diagnosing poo. I don't seem to see what I saw come out of my hen. She was in the nest box. I was reaching under her to check if I got all of the eggs out from under her for the night (already found 4 under her at that time) she got up and I picked her up and put her gently on the ground. She fluffed her feathers, squatted slightly, and all of a sudden it was like someone had poured liquid out of a cup onto the ground. What came out of her was watery and viscous. It had pale yellow ribbons of color through it. It reminded me of egg drop soup. I would say that maybe it was a shell-less egg but the yolk would have to have been cooked to look opaque like it did. I believe that there was a small amount of stool in this mess. It was hard to tell as she did this on the mulch surrounding our coop, which already had poop on it from everyone digging all around in the mulch looking for snacks. I stood and observed her for a moment. She seemed kind of slow but began to peck at the ground like everyone else. Is this something I should be worried about? Or was it just a shell-less egg? Thanks for your help!